David Lynch

David Shane Lynch

Friday, January 7th, 1972 - Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
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Maryville, Missouri

David Shane Lynch, age 48, Maryville, Missouri formerly of Grant City, Missouri died Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at his home in Maryville.

David was born January 7, 1972 in Longmont, Colorado. He was the son of the late William E. “Bill” and Marian Frances (Tolg) Lynch.

David was a 1990 graduate of Worth County R-3 High School, Grant City and a 1994 graduate of NWMSU in Maryville with a BS in Geography.

David was currently employed by Kawasaki Manufacturing where he was a forklift operator.

David was preceded in death by his parents, and two half-brothers, James and Daniel Ezzell.

His survivors include two sisters, Julie Lynch, Allendale, Missouri, Joni (Randy) James,Grant City, three
half-sisters, Kimberly Ezzell and Dotty Thompson, both of Colorado, Becky Newton, Illinois, and a half-brother Curtis Lynch, Colorado, nieces and nephews.

Mr. Lynch has been cremated. Private memorial services and inurnment will be held later in the Redding Cemetery, Redding, Iowa.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Andrews-Hann Funeral Home, Grant City
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    Redding Cemetery
    Adams Street
    REDDING, IA 50860
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    Private Graveside Memorial Inurnment will be held at a later date.
  • Interment

    Redding Cemetery
    East 4th Street/ East 305th Street
    REDDING, IA 50860
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Janet Hoover

Posted at 10:57am
Sorry for our loss. I worked at Kawasaki now I'm retired. But I remember David . His family is in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.

Zeke Rippy

Posted at 10:42pm
David and I were good friends around our junior high years. We both are also an uncle to Tim. Lots of great memories of riding motorcycles around that time and playing at one another's house. There was a school year when David and his parents rented a home not far from mine. Everyday after school we'd meet up on our motorcycles and going riding all around Pontiac. It was great. Nothing but happy memories from that time. I'm grateful for them and the friendship I had with David while growing up.

May you find peace.

My condolences to all of David's family. You're in my thoughts.

Zeke Rippy


Posted at 04:23pm
Dear Joni and Julie - Norman and I send our sincere condolences to you both and all your families. We were all so very sad to hear about David. I called Zeke right away and he is heartbroken too. We all remember the 2 of them playing Star Wars for HOURS at a time!! Then all the star wars figures died in the fire when your parents house burned. Take care and keep the happy memories in your hearts.

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